Tuesday, November 12, 2013


World's Oldest First Time Mother (70 years old)

After waiting more than 40 years for her first child, indian Rajo Devi Lohan gave birth in November 2008, at the age of 70.

Monday, November 11, 2013

Secret McDonalds Menu

1. The Pie McFlurry


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Saturday, November 9, 2013


Cheerios are magnetic

Thursday, November 7, 2013

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A Brazilian girl posted a video of her with Justin Bieber sleeping in the background

 An Alleged Brazilian Prostitute Took a Video of Justin Bieber (Maybe?) Sleeping


"Hobbits" existed less than 100,000 years ago in #Indonesia. This is what they may have looked like

Here's a model of what a Hobbit may have looked like based on a discovery of " Hobbit " bones:


6 Year Old Has A Pet Shark

At age six we played with toys but the child in the photo above has a different type of playmate.

His name is Enal and he lives with an Indonesian fishing community known as the Bajau Laut. In this photo captured by James Morgan, he swims with sharks in a penned off area underneath his home that rests on stilts in Wangi, Indonesia. Via the photographer’s web site:
Whilst few young children are now born on boats, the ocean is still very much their playground and whilst they are getting conflicted messages from their communities, who simultaneously refrain from spitting in the ocean and continue to dynamite its reefs, I still believe they could play a crucial role in the development of western marine conservation practices. Here Enal plays with his pet shark.

How To Know When You’ve Found “The One”

Here are some clues that you’ve found “The One”:

·        Unexplainable feeling. We always hear people say that you just know it when you’ve found the one. When you ask someone how they knew they were with their soul mate, they’ll often respond that they can’t quite explain it but they “just knew”. You can’t put your finger on it, but there’s a feeling you get when you’ve hit the nail on the head. If you have to ask, you probably haven’t found it yet.
Dogs Understand Each Other

·        You get each other. If you and your partner just get each other, they could be the one. When you understand each other without having to work at it, you’re definitely on to something. It’s easy to be around someone who gets you and understands your personality without having to try too hard.
·        It’s easy. Some people in your life take a lot of effort to be around. Maybe you feel like you need to entertain them or work hard to make conversation. When you’ve found “The One”, it’s just easy. You can hang out and do anything and still have fun. Being together is effortless and enjoyable without either of you having to be “on”.

·        You fit into each other’s lives. Even when you’re both busy, do you easily fit into each other’s lives? If you are able to blend your friends together, spend time with each other’s families and just generally “fit” together, chances are you’ve found something special.

·        People are happy for you. If you’ve found “The One”, chances are it shows. You’re probably happy and giving off a positive, relaxed energy. People around you like your friends and family love seeing you this way and can tell that the relationship is good for you. They’re happy for you because they can sense how happy you are.

·        You are best friends. You know you’ve found “The One” when you become best friends. Are they the first person you want to call when something good happens? When something bad happens? When something funny happens? They should be your “go-to” person for just about everything.

Two People Love

  You’re there for each other no matter what. Do you and your partner support each other through thick and thin? Do you have their back and do they have yours? If so, then they could definitely be “The One”. When you’re able to support each other through all of life’s ups and downs, highs and lows, you’ve definitely got a good thing going.

How to prevent arguments

Tips from  http://psych-quotes.tumblr.com

Stop Arguments Before They Start
It’s good to argue from time to time, and it’s not realistic to agree on everything. But many of our arguments can be nipped in the bud if we employ some communication techniques. Here’s how to spend more time happy and less time fighting by stopping arguments before they start:
  • Address issues ASAP. When you are upset or annoyed about something and keep silent about it, it only festers and grows bigger and becomes harder to ignore. When something is bothering you, get into the habit of telling your partner about it right away, rather than letting it build up inside of you. Clear the air as soon as you can so you can move on, instead of silently stewing over it.
  • Move on from old fights. Holding grudges isn’t fair to you or your partner. If you’ve said that you’ve forgiven them, then you need to be true to your word. It’s not fun for you to stay mad about something that should have been cleared up. It’s not useful to either of you to hold on to old issues and keep bringing them up. When you end an argument and make up, make sure you really move on and leave it in the past.
  • Don’t just say it’s fine. If you’re still upset about something then just say so. Saying you’re fine and then getting mad later only means that it’s been brewing inside of you and that you’ve mislead your partner to think that you’re not mad. If you’re upset then just get it out into the open rather than postponing an argument with passive aggressive comments.
  • Give them the benefit of the doubt. Before you jump to get mad at your partner for something they’ve done wrong, give them the benefit of the doubt and assume that they didn’t mean it. This can diffuse so many arguments because we spend lots of time being mad about things that they didn’t intend the way we’ve interpreted them. They probably didn’t mean anything by what they said or did, so instead of getting in a twist about it, just try to cut them some slack.
  • Let the little stuff go. In relationships we need to pick our battles or we run the risk of nitpicking or nagging. You can’t get mad at your partner for every little thing that they do that gets on your nerves or you’ll likely be fighting all the time. Let the small stuff go and just bring up the larger, overarching issues that are bugging you.
  • Address your feelings, not just the actions. When you’re upset about something try saying something like, “I really felt unappreciated when you don’t ask for my opinion” instead of just saying, “you don’t ask for my opinion”.They are probably aware of their actions, so if you’re going to bring it up in a conversation, make sure you explain to them how it made you feel or why it’s a problem. Unless they understand why something is a problem they are likely to think it’s not a big deal and just keep doing it.
  • Are you really mad? Before you get mad at your partner for doing something, ask yourself if you’re really actually mad at them or if you’re just taking your frustrations or bad mood out on them? We often get grouchy and lash out at the people closest to us, even if they haven’t done anything wrong. You can avoid a lot of arguments if you realize that you’re simply in a bad mood and adjust your attitude.

How to Overcome Procrastination

I procrastinate a lot in which prompted me to search the internet for ways to overcome this bad habit. I stumbled upon a post from http://onlinecounsellingcollege.tumblr.com 
and I hope this helps you just as much it has helped me in the recent months!

1. Be honest with yourself and admit that you’re putting off stuff that really needs to be done.
2. Try and figure out why you’re procrastinating. Is it because you don’t like it, it creates anxiety, you don’t understand it, it feels overwhelming, you’re disorganised …?
3. Decide to break the habit of procrastination by deliberately rewarding yourself for doing something you’d rather not do.
4. Make a pact with a friend –where you deliberately and regularly encourage each other, and hold each other accountable.
5.  Sit down and think – in detail – about all the likely consequences of not doing what needs to be done. Be brutally honest, and try and picture what you’re life is going to look like 6 months, a year and five years from now ( if you continue to procrastinate).
6. Decide to break large tasks down into smaller, more achievable tasks, and then tackle these smaller tasks one at a time.
7. Recognise your progress, and affirm and praise yourself for making these changes – and doing things differently, even though it’s hard. 

Wednesday, November 6, 2013


Unicorns may exist

Unicorns may have seemed like a myth but reports from last year may turn that fantasy into a reality!

 North Korea's news agency says archeologists have stumbled upon an ancient “unicorn lair” about 220 yards from the capital city of Pyongyang, The Telegraph reported.

The lair, which belonged to the founder of theKoguryo kingdom, King Tongmyong, was identified thanks to a rectangular rock bearing the words “unicorn lair” that stands outside the property, the article stated.
"The temple served as a relief palace for King Tongmyong, in which there is the lair of his unicorn,” the report said.

Hopefully sooner of later, some actual photos will pop up here and there but to those who believe that Unicorns existed, there's new hope.


I recently read a post over at marcandangel.com that really got me thinking. We're all getting older, so much to learn and if we could go back and tell our old selves what we've learned now, we totally weird. Here's that post, enjoy:

  1. Life is significantly easier when you’re honest with yourself and others.  This doesn’t mean you should be rude and inconsiderate, but it’s better to be upfront when you have to rather than concealing things and letting them fester.
  2. Stand up for yourself.  Some people will do anything for their own personal gain at the expense of others – cut in line, take money/property, bully/belittle, pass guilt, etc.  Do not accept this behavior.  Most of these people know they’re doing the wrong thing and will back down surprisingly quickly when confronted.  In a public setting people tend to keep quiet until one person speaks up, so SPEAK UP.  Read In Sheep’s Clothing.
  3. Drama is never worth putting up with.  If someone over age eighteen can’t be a reasonable, reliable adult on a regular basis, avoid this person.
  4. The biggest disappointments in life are the result of misplaced expectations.  Tempering unrealistic expectations of how something ‘should be’ will greatly reduce unnecessary frustration.
  5. If you can make a reasonable living doing what you love, DO WHAT YOU LOVE.  You may not get rich, but you’ll get to do what you love, and that’s priceless.  Of course, be smart, take the necessary steps, and ease into it.  Don’t quit your day job until doing what you love pays the bills.  In the same regard, don’t incur large debts getting a law degree or an MBA if you really want to be a graphic designer.  Read Quitter.
  6. In most corporate professions, there is no greater differentiating factor in income than a college degree.  I agree that it shouldn’t always be this way, but that is the unfortunate reality.  So if you’re planning to work in a corporate atmosphere – regardless of your profession – get your degree.  It’s never too late to start.  Just attending school looks good on your resume; and many companies offer tuition assistance, so it doesn’t have to be that expensive.
  7. Understand that at twenty years of age you are at your most energetic and most creative, but your labor is valued very little.  All the more reason to #1) stand up for yourself and look for the highest bidder and #2) get that degree.
  8. Buy fewer things.  When you feel the need to splurge, buy knowledge and EXPERIENCES instead.
  9. Little things that you want but don’t necessarily need cost money, and they add up.  This is why so many people in my age bracket don’t seem to have a cent to their name: that $90 a month iPhone plan (or whatever it costs), that cable TV, that 65 inch LCD TV, a new car every three years, etc.  Don’t get carried away.  Maintain a simple budget and do some basic accounting each month.  Read I Will Teach You To Be Rich.
  10. Set up a safety fund.  Yes, I know the savings account interest rates are insanely low right now, but having at least six months of expenses in readily accessible cash can save you a lot of hassle on a rainy day.
  11. Loan money to friends and family judiciously.  Nuff said.
  12. Your credit score will come in handy some day.  Don’t be careless with it.
  13. Everything in moderation.  Don’t be a slave to any substance, especially food.
  14. Avoid fatty, sugary foods.  Eat your vegetables.  Stick to a healthy balanced diet.
  15. Start exercising yesterday.
  16. Staying in shape is simpler than most people make it.  Body fat is dictated by what you eat and your activity.  Working out affects two things mainly: fat and muscle.  Aerobic exercise burns fat and builds a little muscle.  Weight training builds muscle and burns a little fat.  In most cases, if you’re overweight you’re eating too much and/or not exercising enough.  Period.
  17. Don’t merely exist… LIVE.  Experience as much as you can.  Do not fall into an endless routine.  Do not become overly comfortable with TV and YouTube as your primary sources of entertainment.  Go places.  Do things.  Try new things.  Follow your curiosities and passions.  Take chances.  Carpe diem.  No one ever achieved anything great through laziness.  Don’t let fear and complacency stop you from a truly rewarding life.  Read The 4-Hour Workweek.
  18. Always do what you feel in your heart is right.
  19. Love is a choice; it’s not magic.  There is no such thing as ‘the one.  You are not destined for any relationship other than the one you help create.  Spend enough time with another loving person, and biology eventually kicks in.  So use your head and find someone you really enjoy spending time with, who you don’t feel pressured to impress – someone who makes you feel loved, relaxed, and comfortable in your own skin.
  20. Read more.  And not just blogs.
  21. Invest time and energy in yourself every day.  When you invest in yourself, you can never lose, and over time you will change the trajectory of your life.  You are simply the product of what you know.  The more time and energy you spend acquiring pertinent knowledge, the more control you have over your life.
  22. Learn some basic, modern survivability skills – how to change a tire, jumpstart a car, safely bust a car window if you’re stuck, render first aid, etc.
  23. Help your fellow neighbor.  The whole “what goes around comes around” concept is the truth.  You may be on top of the world right now – feeling untouchable.  You may have all the tools at your disposal to do and say whatever you want.  But life is a circle that eventually comes back around.  So be polite, be courteous, and at least dream that civilization can be civil.  Either way, it starts with you; because a society is the sum of its parts.
  24. You actually die twice in this world.  Once when you stop breathing, and a second time several years later when somebody says your name for the last time.  So do things that matter; leave a legacy.  Time is running out.
  25. Try to picture us older folks as the twenty-somethings we used to be.  Talk to us.  We’re still pretty cool, we’ve just learned a thing or two over the years – things you will likely find interesting.


She needs to trust you: No matter how secure and independent a girl is, she'll always feel the weight of imminent neglect. Stability is the key to fulfilling a woman's needs. A woman needs to know that you will be there when she needs you. Trust speaks to her most fundamental feelings about security in a relationship. Knowing that you're faithful to her, physically and emotionally, is the most important element you can provide in the relationship.

Play nicely: Women need men who are considerate, thoughtful, and kind. They want someone who'll listen when they cry (no matter how uncomfortable it is), who'll bring them Motrin when they're PMSing, and take their pug out at 5am when it's a cold winter morning. Women spend a lot of time nurturing you, so it's only fair that you return the favor.

Is this a partnership or what: Women need to feel like they are on equal ground with their mate. They don't want to be overly protected, but on the other end of the spectrum they don't want to feel like they're always babysitting either. Surveys show that women say that they want a partner who will be their best friend; celebrate their successes and commiserate with their failures.

Lend a helping hand: As much as men hate being nagged, women equally hate nagging. Lending a helpful hand without being asked is one of the easiest ways to keep a relationship on neutral ground. Offering to wash the dishes, make dinner, or fold the laundry is a gesture that won't go unnoticed. In many cases if you offer to do something your girl will tell not to worry about it anyway, but she'll be happy that you offered. It's all those little things that really pay off.

Show some respect: Women are always talking about wanting respect from the opposite sex, but unless you're a women you can never really understand what this truly means. Women handle the bulk of the emotional labor in their relationships and yet they're constantly faced with thoughtless and undignified comments, even when it's unintentional. Women want to be respected for the work that they do, whether it be domestic or corporate. Women are master multitaskers and they're frustratingly stubborn, but they're also more emotional than men and sometimes they need a little reassurance that they're respected for all that they do.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013


Lea Michele's tribute to Cory Monteith

While very busy, the Glee  mega-star still keeps Cory near to her heart and mind. In a recent interview, she shared that she has dedicated something special to the late actor on her new album, saying this:
"The album was done, and the label said, 'Do you want to add anything?' I was like, 'I might regret it if I don't.'"
At the last minute, she added A track on her album titled, You're Mine, which holds a special meaning between the former lovebirds.

All in all, she has been a symbol of strength while going through this ordeal and we hear at iTF wish her nothing but the best. 


Jamie Alexander showing skin!

Jaimie Alexander stole the show at the star-studded Hollywood premiere of her new film Thor: The Dark World.  Alexander, 29, donned a black Azzaro Couture gown that revealed more than it concealed. 

5 Reasons Women End Relationships

1. They were looking for a little bit of excitement and got carried away:

Sometimes women stray temporarily from their man a bit in order to test the waters outside of the safe harbor of the relationship. When a relationship is so safe that it is boring, many women feel like they are missing out on that sense of excitement that they feel a relationship is supposed to bring. Sometimes, a woman who is otherwise happy in her relationship may flirt with another man or even go out on a "harmless" date with him. One thing leads to another and suddenly she starts to fall for the new man. Not because he is any better - but mainly because he is just someone new and different.

2. They feel under-appreciated:

Women also like to feel appreciated by the man they are with. Many women work very hard in their relationship to do nice things for their men, and occasionally they like their man to show a little appreciation through small gestures. If you went a long time without showing appreciation for your woman, that might have contributed to the breakup.

3. They feel ignored:

Women love to feel like they are the center of someone's universe, and they want to know that their men care deeply about them. Often, simple reminders like flowers or small gifts help women feel that their man thinks about them often and really cares. If you have neglected to make your woman feel special during recent months or years, her pulling away from you may be partially a result of that.

4. They think the grass is greener somewhere else:
We have all - men and women alike - fallen prey to the "grass is greener on the other side" syndrome. It is so easy to look at other couples, other people, and feel that they seem happier, more attractive, more normal, more exciting, more . . . well, you get the picture. Sometimes, a woman might fantasize about being single again or about dating a particular man. Of course, often when women break up with their longtime companion, it is not long before they are pining for that special person again.

5. The breakup is a way to get your attention:

Sometimes a woman may break up or threaten to break up because they are really signaling a call for help. In these cases, they want their man to pay more attention to them, treat them better, or act more lovingly. They may break up temporarily or say they are going to break up as sort of a call to be treated better. If you suspect this with your woman, don't be upset because you think she is playing games with you. Behind her actions is likely someone who really is prepared to break up for good if things in your relationship don't improve.

If you think your woman is about to break up with you - or if she already has - take heart. Things may not be nearly as bad as you think. It is important to remember that you can take control of the situation by addressing the issues she has with the relationship and winning back her love.

Kim Kardashian over the years

The forever changing and evolving Kim Kardashian: